About your Search

20120901
20120930
STATION
FOXNEWS 13
KQEH (PBS) 5
CSPAN 2
CSPAN2 2
WETA 2
WHUT (Howard University Television) 2
KCSM (PBS) 1
KQED (PBS) 1
KRCB (PBS) 1
WMPT (PBS) 1
LANGUAGE
English 47
Search Results 0 to 46 of about 47 (some duplicates have been removed)
if spiriva can help. >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." >> we are coming to you live from charlotte, north carolina. as we kick off the first major night of speeches at the dnc, i am joined by bill richardson, who will give us a preview of coming days. governor, good to see you. how are you? >> good to see you. >> sean: staying out of trouble? >> staying out of trouble. >> sean: here's the 47 million americans that are on food stamps. do you think they have enjoyed the last four years? the one in six americans in poverty? 25 million unemployed? it is not only are we better off -- are they enjoying this four-year period of obama? >> look, the economy's in trouble. people are hurting. there is no question about that. the president acknowledges that. but you know, sean, when he came into office, 800,000 americans were losing theirions per month. there are 4.7 million new jobs that have been created. i know the economy is hurting. but what this president wants to do is from the middle out, bolster the economy, in terms of middle class, for the worker. he's a pro-growth democrat. he wants to cr
hear but from a more familiar, earthbound messenger, sean hannity, fox news anchor, talk radio host and reed's old friend. >> this was probably three weeks after the '08 election. my phone rang, and it was sean hannity, and he said ralph, we can't let this happen again, you've got to do something. and i said, well, sean, i've been thinking about it and i've been praying about it, and i said, i want to know that it's not me, i want to know that it's not any ambition of mine. i want to know that i'm doing this for the lord, and that's the only reason why i'm doing it. and he said ralph, god is speaking to you through this phone line right now and he's using me to deliver the message. >> so ralph reed was called back up to the major leagues. but he was short on what the people of the good book used to call "manna from heaven." in this case, the cold, hard cash that's the elixir of politics. miraculously, no doubt, it arrived as a gift from an undisclosed donor, a half a million dollars. which, in 2009, reed used to launch his faith and freedom coalition. because it's designated by the
tomorrow because we are definitely looking out for you. >> sean: welcome to "hannity." we are live in charlotte, north carolina, the site of the democratic national convention. tonight, we are awaiting former president bill clinton's keynote address, coming up in just a moment. law student and obama supporter, sandra fluke will take to the stage. but that is being overshadowed by a bombshell reversal of the dnc platform as the party has re-inserted references to god and jerusalem. you may recall that earlier, delegates approved a platform that blatantly admitted such words. but fox news has confirmed that the president personally interceded to halt the proceedings and have the language reinstated. however, that task was far from easy because when the convention chair held a voice vote to authorize the amendment, he couldn't win over the two-thirds majority that he needed. watch this. >> all those delegates in favor, say aye. all those delegates opposed, say no. in the opinion of the -- let me do that again... all of those delegates... in favor say aye. [yelling aye]. >> all those d
-new seven passenger gl. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." we continue with ralph reed and leslie marshall. all right. we're talking about religion, and how harry reid has brought it up in this case. you were asking an important case. i'll throw it back to you. >> i think my point is that this is clearly part of a systemic strategy by the obama campaign to try to remind evangelical voters who they overperformed with four years ago that mitt romney is a mormon. i don't think it's an accident that they play the religion card. i think it shows, by the way, a fundamental misunderstanding of evangelical voters. >> sean: romney has been accused pretty much of murder. he wasn't even at bain capital at the time this woman got sick. it was seven years after he left before she died. he was gone. the president makes a million dollars from bil bill maher, uss sandra fluke. i want to know what do you say to the guy you're going to vote for -- >> i find hypocrisy when you're attacking someone's christianity. how many people said he was a muslim, questioning his religi
>> sean: let not your heart be troubled. that's it for this edition of "hannity." we will see you from the dnc convention next week. thanks for being with us. >> we have come too far to abandon the change we have fought for these past two years. >> i'm sure we will see tons of speeches that say exactly what i want to hear. >> when wh people ask you what's this campaign about? >> i'm not interested in what he says anymore, i'm interested in what he has done. >> you tell them, this is all about hope. >> i don't know if we can recover from them. >> you tell them it's still about hope. >> change. >> hope. >> change. >> as he would say it, we are ready for a change. >> i don't feel he deserves a second chance. >> he promised change. >> promise, promise, promise. >> obama -- let me down. >> it's sad. it makes me angry. that really makes me very, very angry. >> it just hasn't worked. >> four more years of barack obama would be four more years of gridlock. >> we try to change and look what change got us. >> i could not vote for another four years of obam amount of i voted for the wrong gu
right now in the government. >> sean: welcome back to this special "hannity." joining me are some of the democrat and independent voters featured in the movie "the hope and the change." now, they voted for barack obama in 2008, butly cannot count on their vote in november. thank you. you are big movie stars now. thanks for being with us. let's talk about where you were then, where you are now. what happened? because the movie shows all of this excitement and everybody caught up in the moment. what happened? >> in the beginning of 2008, at least, i was caught up in the moment. hithat hope that, dream, wow, look at this guy. this guy's going to make changes that we need. we are going to see the gdp go up and jobs and i think this is made in america. it was a lot of bliss, at least, it seemed. >> sean: you are a small business owner? >> i am. >> sean: how is your business from four years ago? >> it certainly hasn't gotten a lot better. there are moments that i think that things are going great. but right now, it's in a slump. >> sean: i listened to your comments a lot during the film
is with sean hannity last night. tom brokaw. good news for him. former president bill clinton making a big last night about who is to blame for the nation's enormous debt. fact check on that speech. president obama has comb under sharp criticism for his comments on small business in america. he addresses the controversy. reaction from former indiana senator, democrat, evan bayh all ahead next hour. live in charlotte. day 3. >> somebody invested in roads and bridges. if you have a business, you didn't build that. somebody else made that happen. this country was built by working people. the economy needs manufacturing. mhines, tools, people making stuff. companies have to invest in making things. infrastructure, construction, production. we need it now more than ever. chevron's puttg more than $8 billion dollars back in the u.s. economy his year. in pipes, cement, steel, jobs, energy. we need to get the wheels turning. i'm proud of that. making real thin... for real. ...that make a real difference. ♪ bill: it is 10:00 in the morning. good morning wherever you are. we are 12 hours away from pres
ingram, and sean hannity -- those audiences would vote for obama. the question is do they turn out the numbers needed for romney to win. >> bill: absolutely. >> are they so scared of obama that they will do it no matter what because one option is better in their eyes? they probably will. >> bill: the problem for romney really is, that they have such huge audiences laura rush and george -- >> oh, yeah. >> bill: -- so their voices have a lot of influence. >> they have a lot of influence and i think they tell you something about the direction that a third-party -- a more conservative party is headed. there is a feeling that if romney loses, and the poll suggests that if the election were tomorrow he would lose. they are going to blame their losses on what they would consider a right fringe which is not a fringe because it is a very sizable chunk of audience. >> bill: indeed. dylan buyers for political. join the conversation by calling 866-55-press. dylan i think one of the best authors, best writers of so many areas, the economy and baseball and politics is michael le
: and sean hannity is going through puberty yesterday. this is not really going we-ll for us. >> they are stuck on this god thing -- >> stephanie: there was no mention of god in the platform. so we have putten god back in. >> exactly. >> stephanie: not gaudy enough for them. >> it seems they forgot there's no mention of god in the constitution either. >> stephanie: oh, the teamsters just walked in. i'm getting hot. all right. bill clinton last night. >> in tampa, the republican argument against the president reelection was actually pretty simple, pretty snappy. it went something like this. we left him a total mess. he hasn't cleaned it up fast enough, so fire him and put us back in. >> that was an ad lib i'm sure. >> yeah, there is nobody better at ad libs than bill clinton. >> stephanie: can you imagine in front of that size of audience. yeah, i'm going to wing it. here is the difference between their convention and our convention, clint. >> yeah, talk to this chair. that would be an ad lib. >> stephanie: especially the part about afghanistan because you cou
this point, wow, alan colmes is still alive? i thought sean hannity kept him locked in a enclosesel. guest: i'm out for this particular appearance and i thank sean for letting me be here today. host: let's get to some of our phone calls, gary on the phone from detroit, good morning to you. caller: yeah, hi, good morning. mr. colmes, something i want to bring up is you know, in in -- in obama's convention speech and believe me, i know romney is going to be no different in this respect, but he said if you believe in a country where everyone has a fair shot, everyone does their fair share and everyone plays by the same rules -- i could have choked. guest: why. caller: if you had a friend that robbed a bank and came to your house and you had him out, you protected him, what would you be? an accomplice, correct? now, these banks -- and i have read the findings of the senate hearings on the bank ing that karl levin -- carl levin shared and they were found guilty of prosecutable fraud. now obama, he turned it over to the justice department and obama and holder have done nothing to these banks. they'
far this year. >> caller: because of the sean hannitys and the mark levines and the rush limbaughs and the john gibsons the ideology that they play across television and radio airwaves, a lot of white males tend to follow that. >> bill: they're the biggest listeners of right wing talk radio. but you know, when they hear this stuff why do they believe it? that's what i don't get. why? >> caller: i have no idea mr. press other than lack of education i would guess. >> bill: i would like to point it up to that. horace by the way, the name is bill. no one calls me mr. press except my wife, carol. >> you sound like a white male! >> bill: i sound like a white male on that note. thanks horace, for the call. we're trying to figure this out. seriously, this is a serious problem. i gotta tell you. i apologize again for my race and for my gender. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." (vo) what is said here could decide the election. current tv presents coverage of the presidential debate. with unrivaled analysis
of a third party? caller: yes. you get disgruntled with you hear people like bill oreilly and sean hannity saying ron paul can't win. it every time he gets up to speak he draws a bigger crowds then obama or romney. the motion is amazing. i run into so many people -- you always hear they cannot win. if they could get more coverage other than c-span, c-span are the only people that are fair to third-party people compared to fox or cnn or ms nbc or any of the other ones. i wish more people would watch c-span and educate themselves to receive more votes. host: thank you for the call. one of your saying -- as we said earlier, ross perot sitting down for his first extended interview in many years. an interview conducted in plano, texas on thursday by richard wealth. they were agreeing to have our cameras in the room. it is a 70 minute conversation including david walker, who has been working with him on a number of initiatives to educate voters on issues in the election. the debt and deficit exceed $16 trillion. his article will appear tomorrow in usa today. we will show you an excerpt in just a
in good hands? >> sean: welcome back to "hannity." tonight, i will be joined by karl rove, dana perino and juan williams and giuliani. we begin with the author of the book, the price of politics, bob woodward. have you funny anecdotes -- he's 28. >> he's elected and he goes to the house floor and they won't let him on because they say, oh, you are a staffer. he has to get one of those pins and get people to know him. also what was interesting, as soon as he went to congress, he's a research guy. and he said, how due do a -- how do do you a good job as a congressman? he went to, of all people, bernie frank and took him to breakfast and said, what's the key? and barney frank said, one -- learn one thing, learn it well. don't be a generalist. and he did-- >>> he did! >> the budget andimony and our finances. and probably in a very clear way, the most important issue in the presidential campaign we now face. >> sean: you spend a lot of time at georgetown. this is when the president said, republicans want kids with autism and down's syndrome and the elderly to fend for themselves. paul ryan
to hide it. we know sean hannity and bill o'reilly take great pride in their conservative principle to rachel maddow and chris matthews and others who are on msnbc are what they like to call progressive/liberals. during the day and, fox news is a good job of covering the straight news by and large. sometimes you think you can see in their political coverage a kind of residue from the night before, but on big breaking stories that are not pathological they do fine, so does msnbc. here's my advice. we have to be more proactive as news consumers, everyone. there was a time when you could just be a couch potato. you get up and more, watch all bit of the today show, walter cronkite, david brent and i hope later dan, peter or topic then you would be pretty will serve. now that screen is so crowded and the voices are coming at you from so many directions that you kind of got to give up on your toes, so to speak, and be mentally alert to who is trying to meet the new -- manipulate you. what social to prolonged period of time, what serves you well, what comes to you and some of appropriate c
points of view. but it's transparent. they don't try to hide it. we know sean hannity and bill o'reilly take great pride in their conservative principle to rachel maddow and chris matthews and others who are on msnbc are what they like to call progressive/liberals. during the day and, fox news is a good job of covering the straight news by and large. some is see today show, walter cronkite, david brent and i hope later dan, peter or topic then you would be pretty will serve. now that screen is so crowded and the voices are coming at you from so many directions that you kind of got to give up on your toes, so to speak, and be mentally alert to who is trying to meet the new -- manipulate you. what social to prolonged period of time, what serves you well, what comes to you and some of appropriate context. and if you do that, you've got a greater range of sources of information than anyone in the history of mankind. any keystroke you can access all the great newspapers, asia, europe, the offerings of the saudi foreign ministry, for example, or look at the economic report of the depar
contact.com. >>. >> sean: welcome back to hannity. tonight i continued to be joined from washington by the former speaker of the house, newt gingrich. pretty remarkable moment last night in the uni vision form. the guy that ran on hope and change, change in washington, admitted his biggest failure he can't change anything from the inside and the rnc came out with an ad highlighting what he said then versus tonight. >> in 2008 didn't candidate barack obama that he could fix washington and change status quo? >> from the start it's the idea that we have to fundamentally change how washington works. i wanted to finally solve problems that we talk about year after year to end the division. washington must change and they must change now. that is why i'm running for president of the united states. >> if by his own admission he hasn't accomplished that, why should we give him another chance? >> i have learned lessons over the last four years. and the most important, you can't change washington for the inside. you can't change washington from the inside. >> he said he can't change from inside, he can only change
is not reading off the teleprompter. >> we don't have all the information yet. >> sean: and the ad the main street media don't want you to see. we're 40 days from election day. "hannity" starts right here right now. if you want a glimpse into what the future holds for america if president barack obama is handed a second term, take a hard long look at the chaos unfolding in the group in europe. violent riots are raging in the streets of spain and greece as angry mobs protest against the government and austerity measures there. in athens, more than 70,000 people descended on the greek parliament. molotov cocktails targeted police officers, and similar scenes of violence in madrid as well, but make no mistake if this president is in fact afforded another four years in office and has the ability to run up our national debt another $6 trillion, look right there, this is what main street in america may very well look like. the current path is beyond unsustainable. it is the direct result of nearly four years of reckless spending. forget about bush. this is the obama economy. 8.1% unemployment. $6
announcer ] good choice business pro. good choice. go national. go like a pro. >> sean: last sunday on a special edition of hannity's america, we exposed obama's dirty campaign tactics. >> the obama campaign has been called one of the dirtiest in american history, and to many americans the face of that campaign is stephanie cutter. >> hi. i'm stephanie cutter, the deputy campaign manager here at obama for america. i wanted to arm you with the facts. >> sean: willing to say anything to get her candidate re-elected, cutter has waged a campaign of lies and slander. cutter is at it again, this time turning her attention to women voters. >> you find most often with women, they're not really concerned about watts happened over the last -- what's happened over the last four years. they want to know what's going to happen in the next four years. >> sean: i'm glad to hear that unemployment isn't something female voters won't worry about in the next four years. joining us michelle malkin. we're going to show two parts of this. one is when she -- i don't know any of the facts of joe soptic, an
crowd of protest outside of the u.s. embassy, tonight on "hannity." getables. [ clock ticking ] [ male announcer ] there's a better way... v8 v-fusion. vegetable nutrition they need, fruit taste they love. could've had a v8... >> sean: protesters are gathering in cairo, egypt. protesters can be seen firing rocks into the streets. but first, the violence in ejipts and libya are raising important questions about how much money the united states is sending overseas to these radical regimes. according to the congressional research service, our government doles out $1.3 billion a year to egypt's military. and since the start of the arab spring, the u.s. has provided libya with more than $200 million in assistance. should we be paying that mony? joining me with reaction, monica crowley and the director of the law fair project, brook goldstein. it is knowing the history of the brotherhood, how we give them a penny, how they get invitations to the white house -- i can't get an invitation to the white house to the christmas party. >> guback to the beginning of the arab spring and this administr
refs. [ scooby-doo's "huh?" ] >> what? >> stephanie: and sean hannity also accused this media of cooking the numbers. >> these liberal pollsters polling people who have cell phones and not land lines. but we get complaisant, every time we say obama has it in the bag, ten democrats stay home. >> stephanie: no, don't stay home. >> get out and vote. >> stephanie: all right. back with more fridays with fugelsang on the "stephanie miller show." >> romney: i love it. it's a fabulous program. >> announcer: it's the "stephanie miller show." ♪ what the current audience can expect from my show is the unexpected. >>stephanie miller challenges the system, now it's your turn. >>it's a little bit of magic. >>connect with "talking liberally with stephanie miller" at facebook.com/stephaniemillershow and on twitter at smshow. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> announcer: stephanie miller. ♪ daisy duke's bikinis on top, sun kissed skin so hot they'll melt your pop sickle ♪ >> you know what else melts your pop sickle? leaving it out in the sun. >> stephanie: i just melted my wallet again spe
Search Results 0 to 46 of about 47 (some duplicates have been removed)